Bauzi wrote:Before you suggest it: No, I don´t want a Mac
Bauzi wrote:CPU Cache + Speed? Has the Cache size a significant impact on preformance?
Bauzi wrote:DDR3 over DDR2 for sure?
Bauzi wrote:1920x... ressolution all the way?
Bauzi wrote:5400 rpm for software disc is too low?
Bauzi wrote:Windows XP 64bit over Windows Vista 64bit and a Linux distribution (I want to continue to use Adobe products though)?
Bauzi wrote:Are there any good internal video cards for notebooks?
Bauzi wrote:Are there any good external video card devices?
Bauzi wrote:eSATA a must today?
Bauzi wrote:Turbo Memory Moduls with 2GB-4GB: Do they have an impact on preformance or are they just some more or less useless extras for editing?
Bauzi wrote:Money doesn´t play a role for now.
kmv wrote:Bauzi wrote:Windows XP 64bit over Windows Vista 64bit and a Linux distribution (I want to continue to use Adobe products though)?
I can't comment here.
I´ll stick to 1620x... (or whatever it is) for now, because I don´t think that 1080p is really the thing to go with a notebook, but I do want to change to 720p editing.
So one 54000rpm with software and footage is decent preformance?
[...] Monitor + notebook would mean... two screens for editing too, right?
Bauzi wrote:I´m in a academic network due to my current studies. I got one license for a lot of Windows OS. So I can switch if XP 64bit is crap. One of my friends at work has XP 64bit on his notebook and is really pleased. Well he´s a good programer so I think he would notice bullshit on his system.
On the other hand he isn´t a video editor. Do you mean editing programs or programs in general?
Kionon wrote:Some of the specs you ask for, like two harddrives, just is not going to happen in a laptop. Be it Apple or anything else.
Willen wrote:Some 17" and 18.4" desktop replacement notebooks (which really stretch the term)
I think dismissing MacBooks out of hand is silly.
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